Darnes Vilariño

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The growing use of information technologies such as mobile devices has had a major social and technological impact such as the growing use of Short Message Services (SMS), a communication system broadly used by cellular phone users. Hence the great importance of analyzing representation and normalization techniques for this kind of texts. In this paper we(More)
This paper presents a methodology for tackling the authorship verification problem. The approach is based on comparing the similarity between a given unknown document against the known documents using a graph representation that captures the syntactic sequence of texts and a graph similarity measure. An unknown document can be classified as having been(More)
  • Instituto Politécnico, Nacional México Pinto, David Vilariño, Darnes Balderas, Carlos Tovar, Mireya Beltrán +7 others
  • 2015
The problem of Word Sense Disambiguation (WSD) is about selecting the correct sense of an ambiguous word in a given context. However, even if the problem of WSD is difficult, when we consider its bilingual version, this problem becomes much more complex. In this case, it is necessary not only to find the correct translation, but such translation must(More)
We apply the integrated syntactic graph feature extraction methodology to the task of automatic authorship detection. This graph-based representation allows integrating different levels of language description into a single structure. We extract textual patterns based on features obtained from shortest path walks over integrated syntactic graphs and apply(More)
—In this paper we present an approach for the automatic identification of relations in ontologies of restricted domain. We use the evidence found in a corpus associated to the same domain of the ontology for determining the validity of the ontological relations. Our approach employs formal concept analysis, a method used for the analysis of data, but in(More)
  • Hilda Castillo, Joaquín Pérez, Darnes Vilariño, Rafael De La Rosa, Adriana Mexicano, José C Zavala +2 others
  • 2014
The theorical lower bounds have been proposed to solve the Bin Packing problem, yet their optimal approximation of the number of bins is limited. In this sense, this paper presents a metaheuristic method to select a lower bound at a low cost. Getting lower bound more precise improves on convergence to the optimal solution methods; it helps to improve the(More)
In this paper we present two different approaches for tackling the authorship attribution task. The first approach uses a set of phrase-level lexical-syntactic features, whereas the second approach considers a graph-based text representation together with a data mining technique for discovering authorship patterns which may be further used for attributing(More)
This article considers the issue of the Geographic Information Retrieval (GIR) suggesting the development of techniques for disambiguation of toponyms based on ontologies to address the ambiguity in GIR queries. In particular, mixed domain ontology was built to way of organizing the Spanish-speaking countries, in order to develop a disambiguator method of(More)
In the context of document indexing/retrieval, a document fingerprint is considered to be a specific code which may be used to uniquely identify this document from the rest of the text collection. Document fingerprinting is a efficient time-complexity mechanism of indexing data, but issues with respect to precision still being on development. In this paper,(More)
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